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18/09/2018

Timshel - Lombok to Christmas Day 2

Sailed slowly for the rest of the night, but making progress so no motoring yet.From the Morning Roll Call, most of the boats have some engine hours. Set the cruising chute but wind dropped as we did so just going the same speed, but able to sail all day with this and Hydra the Hydrovane steering.Late afternoon more wind and making great speed, hand steering with the chute more upwind, but took it down at sunset, reaching all night with all white sails set.Saw no fishing boats that others apparently had to dodge.. read more...


17/09/2018

Timshel - Lombok to Christmas Day 1

After a hectic few days now is the restart from Lombok.The excitement mounts as the boats leave the dock.At the start we are on a broad reach and some boats set coloured sails, we have all 3 white sails deployed.Much waving joking and taking of photos as we are all close together.Can see we have to harden up as we round the lighthouse into Selat Lombok, but I don't think anyone is prepared for the maelstrom that develops in the fast flowing current.We are making 12 knots or more over the ground, which of course increases the apparent wind more, huge waves develop and are washing over the deck.The Discovery 55 Aurora Polaris cruises past - later Terje says " there was just a little spray over the front part of the boat".Fortunately it dies down as we get out of the strait, unfortunately. read more...


15/09/2018

Timshel - Lombok

We leave Lombok this morning after a whirlwind few days. It was a very slow, hot and windless passage from Darwin. Timshel does not carry enough fuel to motor for 900 miles, so after the first few days the rally fleet left us behind as they motored on, and we had to do our best to sail in very little wind. We did make the finish line just before the closing time (more than a day later than the next slowest boat), and we still had enough fuel. Luckily our timing was good for the passage up Selat Lombok between Lombok and Bali. Boats that got this wrong found up to 8 knots against them. But we benefited from the info and advice mailed back by the first boats to finish, creeping up close to the shore we benefited from a counter current of at least 3 knots. We were so touched by the amount. read more...


Misto - Trying traditional hose drawn transport
Misto - Trying traditional hose drawn transport
Misto - Mount Rinjani
Misto - Mount Rinjani
Misto - Traditional weaving
Misto - Traditional weaving
Misto - Traditional Sasak dress at the weaving village
Misto - Traditional Sasak dress at the weaving village
15/09/2018

Misto - September 6-15, 2018: Exploring Lombok

We finally arrived at Gili Gede on September 10, having motored for 600 nm out of 940 nm.The new marina here is still in a state of construction but already boasts new floating docks and shower/toilet facilities.The club house and swimming pool still await completion.Gili Gedi is a small island just off the main island of Lombok (Gili = little island and Gede = biggest!).The people are very welcoming even if slightly disorganized. We took a day to complete refueling and repair the Genoa, yet again! That evening we treated ourselves to a lovely Indonesian meal at a local restaurant run by a Frenchman.With jobs out of the way we decided on doing the WARC tour followed by an additional night and day on a tour that would take us up to the north of the island and within sight of Mount. read more...


12/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 8 and 9 Finish

The new weather forecast promised winds of 15 knots, maybe gusting up to 23!We plodded on making 4-5 knots over the ground with the favourable current in about 7-8 knots true wind waiting for the blast of wind to hit us.Yeah right!At 0200 when we were losing our favourable stream (due to outflow from Selat Ales the channel between Lombok and Sumbawa), we reckoned we had enough fuel and started the engine to motorsail the last 57 mile to the finish.I left Steve on watch and went to bed at 0500.At 0800 when I got up we were motorsailing furiously, full sail and 2500 revs at 7 knots ground speed to get to the finish - cut off time was 1100 and we made it at 10.42.Now heading on to get up Selat Lombok (between Bali and Lombok) and round to the island of Gili Gede and the marina resort where. read more...


11/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 7

After good sailing progress overnight, despondent with complete glassy calm by midday.Eventually put away the mainsail as it was crashing about so much - very wearing on both gear and morale.But 25 mins later a breeze from S sprang up and we were able set main and cruising chute on a reach and make unheard of speed of 6 to 7 knots for a while.We doused the chute before dark but unfortunately wind decreased rather than increased and went SE behind us so much slower.Not even any fishing boats around during the night.Still plodding on.. read more...


11/09/2018

Mischief - 10th September 2018 Mischief Darwin to Lombok

Mischief SobThe lack of wind did not suppress the enthusiastic atmosphere as we crossed the start line, rest of the fleet behind on our cruise to Lombok.Sadly, it is not a race so prizes for this achievement , all be it under engine will not be recognised.C'est la vie.The crew spirits were lifted by the Maddi's waves of farewell and encouragement from the quayside. Love you Maddi we'll struggle without our tour guide.Good luck in all your new adventures in Australia.Pirates of the Timor Sea.We soon settled into routine watches, meals and sail changes in that order much to Skipper Mabel's annoyance.For those who have forgotten Mabel is the real skipper on board.She is a pretty little ships mouse with the heart and soul of a lion.Her two main crew consisting of her husband Miguel, and. read more...


10/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 6

Back to calm, spent most of the day messing with sail combinations- tried setting Cruising chute like a spinnaker with pole, but wind died and just not stable enough.A lot of effort to make about 7 miles!We reverted to main and poled yankee wing and wing, at least it doesn't collapse completely in the swell and no wind.Luckily the wind came up so we made good progress overnight.Back to calm again now.We have set the log to read SOG rather than water speed, with the favourable current thsi is more encouraging!. read more...


09/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 5

Some sailing, some motoring during the night.Managed to set the cruising chute for a few hours in the morning, making slow progress.More motoring when the little wind started to "box the compass" and we doused the chute, later managed to sail at 4 knots or so for most of the night.We obviously crossed a shipping channel in the evening as saw several big ships on AIS but none came close, though one fishing boat did, at least it was well lit and we had the big torch out to shine on our sails.We are now in fuel conservation mode, we need to make sure we save enough to get to the harbour after the finish line.Just wishing for a few knots more wind!. read more...


08/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 4

Motored for the rest of the night; stopped engine to refuel in the morning.3 x 20L cans put in, but when checking engine found (sea) water in the engine billge - think its coming from the water pump shaft.We have a spare pump, but found when taking it apart that we need to cut a notch in the woodwork to get it out.So put it back together and will monitor closely; at the moment the engine cooling is OK.Of course while we were drifting with all the engine covers off and tools and spares all over the place down below looked at the plotter and saw on AIS (also out the window) a huge Cruise ship bearing down on us - out of all the ocean she is heading right for us!But the Majestic Princess responded to our VHF call and the watch officer kindly agreed to keep at least 1 nm clear of us. Couple. read more...


08/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 3

Engine on all day!Tried to motorsail occasionally but mostly wind , 1 - 4 knots.From the SSB chat no-one else has any wind either.We reset the water log to SOG as it was over-reading since being taken out and cleaned before we left.So we look slower, but the True wind reading on the Raymarine system will be more accurate.Adrienne still quite close and saw some fishing boats with flashing lights?. read more...


06/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 2

Some large dolphins came close in the morning, always nice to see them.Adrienne was still close by.After the morning SSB roll call and doing some navigation we got a bit more wind and hauled up the cruising chute, probably its first outing in more than a year.We sailed at a respectable speed with it set on a reach for nearly 5 hours until the wind went away.Australian Border Force Aircraft 22 flew over and called us by name on VHF - presumably they got us on AIS.They wanted to know our rally number, registration and voyage details.We then heard them call other rally boats.Big brother is watching you!Wind died to less than 2 knots, and we ended up motoring all night.. read more...


06/09/2018

Blue Pearl - Darwin

We are motoring along 2 days out off Darwin on the way to Lombok in Indonesia. Lombok is just east of the better known Indonesian Island of Bali. The passage is just under 1,000 nautical miles and we are expecting to make landfall on Monday September 10th. We did have some very nice sailing wind for the first 12 hours of this trip but then the wind completely disappeared and we have now been motoring for almost two days, hopefully things will change.Darwin was a wonderful stop-over. The city itself is not an architectural pearl. It has a seventies look which is because cyclone Stacy destroyed most of it in 1974 and this came 30 years after a world war 2 bombing campaign by the Japanese had also destroyed most of it...! New construction and development is still going on with the most. read more...


06/09/2018

Mischief - Mischief take to the road. 1st September 2018

Kakadu National ParkFirstly, we need to welcome Unc to the group, known more formally as Nigel, who has thrown himself into the deep end, literally, to complete his first ocean crossing as a beginner to sailing.We wish him a pleasant crossing and hope he doesn't spend too much time over the rails feeding the wildlife.The lad from Wolverhampton couldn't live further from the sea.Mark and Unc have replaced Charlie but we're not sure it's enough.Unc arrived in from the UK and we immediately despatched him on a road trip to the Kakadu National Park promising him a cocktail of mischievous adventure. It was decided by group agreement that the trip should start with a challenge for each person in the party. A serious discussion conducted last night, fueled with several of Australia's. read more...


06/09/2018

Mischief - Mischief gets "Snappy"

Sadly we have had to say our goodbye's Charlie Baynes.An awesome sailor, fit athlete, chef, prolific blog writer and poet.Needless to say the blogs will no longer read as well or be in such detail. We'll miss you Charlie.Oh and by the way Mark Curtis joined us.Nothing to live up to shipmate!!!!The worlds largest salt water crocodiles, known locally as "salties" entertained the crew this morning.The huge reptile, (males of this species can reach sizes up to 6.30 meters and possibly up to 7 meters in length)were snapping at meat tied to a pole held out by the boat operator.We were all safe behind metal railings on the good ship "Salty come play".We did wonder how the skippers job description read and what qualified him for this precarious way to earn a living out on the stern of the boat. read more...


05/09/2018

Misto - September 3-5, 2018: On our way to Lombok

The day before a departure is always busy with last minute jobs and checking out, but we were ready to go through the lock on September 4 just before our scheduled time of 9.15 am.We made our way around to Stokes Hill Wharf where the starting line was and it became apparent that the weather forecast for little wind was very accurate.We made the effort to get across the start line with our sails up but immediately had to motor.Once outside the harbor we were able to sail for about 9 hours, but after that the motor-sailing started and tonight we took down the sails as we do not expect to sail for another 2 days!This has become the World Motoring Club - as Emily Morgan put it on tonight's radio net!It is hot, hot, hot during the day.Unfortunately, the sea is full of huge brown jelly fish. read more...


05/09/2018

Timshel - Darwin to Lombok Day 1

Lovely morning for the start but no wind!And we are really looking forward to our first long passage for a while.Managed to drift across the start line then resorted to motorsailing, and able to turn off the engine after a couple of hours.Steven had volunteered to be Net Controller for the first SSB schedule that evening, a good way to way to get to know our new mates for World ARC 2018.The wind shifted 180 deg during the session leaving us going the wrong way as our wind vane steering just followed it round.We ended up sailing close hauled and even having to tack during the night!Could see several of the other boats by AIS and lights, its always different when everyone is close together after the start.With true wind down to 3 knots in the early hours we had to resort to engine again. read more...


03/09/2018

Allegrini - The Spanish Rias

We had an amazing time meandering down the Spanish Rias, we often stopped at several different  places in each of the Rias, some at anchor and a few marinas all of them had there own charm and hustle and bustle, but wouldn’t have missed it for the world.check out our blog www.allegrini.co.uk. read more...


02/09/2018

Smoke and Roses - The City Lights of Cairns

August 11 – 12, 114 Nautical Miles, 15 Hours Sailing 7 Hours MotoringAugust 20 – 21 139, Nautical Miles, 20 Hours Sailing 1 Hour MotoringAugust 22 – 28, 1060 Nautical Miles, 88.5 Hours Sailing 54.5 Hours MotoringAugust 11 – 28Cairns to DarwinCruising North through the Great Barrier Reef Coast our next stop is Cairns. This is the last port where a broad range of marine services can be found until Darwin, 1200 nautical miles further. Cairns came into being when gold was found on the Hodgkinson River that needed a coastal outlet. Entering Cairns through Trinity Inlet we docked at Marlin Marina at the city’s doorstep off the pier shopping center. After a few nights at the marina we moved a couple miles up Trinity Inlet to the coconut slipway for repairs. Our first day in Cairns, we walked. read more...


02/09/2018

Misto - August 23-September 2 2018: Seisia, Darwin and Kakadu

We spent a night at the small settlement of Seisia and then sailed on towards Darwin. Unfortunately the wind was not terribly cooperative and so for the next 5 days we motored, motor-sailed and sailed only a little!We timed our arrival in Van Dieman’s pass very well exactly 4 hours before Darwin high tide and so we had favorable current with us, at a maximum of 3.9 knots. We arrived at Cullen Bay at first light on September 28, having caught some Spanish Mackerel (completely the unlike the fish of the same name caught in North Carolina) and some tuna. Here Misto had to have a biocide treatment in all the through hulls as they are trying to keep green lipped mussels out. Cullen Bay marina has a locked entrance as the tides are so large here (around 7m) that they do not want all the water. read more...


Misto - Maguk Gorge, Kakadu National Park
Misto - Maguk Gorge, Kakadu National Park
Misto - Ros’ Prize Baramundi in Kakadu National Park
Misto - Ros’ Prize Baramundi in Kakadu National Park
29/08/2018

Mischief - Up to Mischief : Final Log 76 Further adventures of S/Y Mischief through the eyes and ears of Chas Baynes

Sunday, 26th August 2018 - Approaching Darwin, Northern TerritoriesWe were still motoring but hopeful of a bit more breeze would fill in, so Dave and I went up on deck at 3 am to stow the spinnaker pole, but the promise of wind soon rescinded. We have now motored since 9 pm last Thursday and looks like we shall be for the rest of the passage into Darwin. We did however get a couple of hours of positive current and were making over 8 knots, but we went around our next waypoint which put us into a different tidal stream and we had it against us again! The nearer we get the harder it seems to get there, as usual in my experience. WE wont be in until gone 4 pm at this rate.When we do get there, we are required to moor up against the fuel pontoon outside Cullen marina where divers are. read more...


27/08/2018

Mischief - Mischief making : Log 76 Further adventures of S/Y Mischief through the eyes and ears of Chas Baynes

Friday, 24th August 2018 - Passage to DarwinIt looked set for a 'ground-hog day' in the early morning as there was again no wind with the sea flat calm, no ships or anything else for that matter. So at first light I just set up the fishing lines for something to do and lo-and-behold half an hour later there was a 'bang' from the stern and a fish had taken the lure. Dave and I hauled it in as the ladies took refuge in the cabin, and we produced a lovely 7lb tuna, just the right size. It is the first fish we have landed for ages. We hung it over the stern to allow it to bleed out therefore taking the risk that a shark may come along and nab it but Dave dragged it aboard after 20 minutes and fileted it. Whilst occupied with the fish we saw a massive sea snake swimming along on the surface,. read more...


24/08/2018

Mischief - Mischief making : Log 75 Further adventures of S/Y Mischief through the eyes and ears of Chas Baynes

Wednesday, 22nd August 2018 - Passage to Darwin, across Gulf of CarpentariaThe boat was rolling all over the place with a 20-25 knot wind from the east coupled with a steadily building sea over the course of the night so off-watch sleeping was an issue again - I am starting to get tired as this continues. I got up for my 0600 watch and my cabin looked like I had been wrestling with Giant Haystacks! But at least the wind had abated somewhat and with it the waves, so I shook out a reef but although we couldn't quite sail to our intended course being dead down-wind again a later gybe put us near enough.Another ARC yacht, Pinta came onto the AIS screen and we saw her sailing serenely five miles off, dodging the same ships as ourselves - there are a lot of them about as we appear to be in the. read more...


23/08/2018

Blue Pearl - Pirates?

Mike woke me up this morning to let me know that he was starting up the engine to outrun a boat following us. That seemed of interest so I did get up to witness our "escape" from a bunch of "pirates" following us. I might have chosen to fight it out..! but the man keeping watch decided to make a run for it. So, here is what I saw, a green hulled boat with a two level super structure, and about 100ft long,was indeed on our tail, black smoke billowing from her stack and a bow wave indicating her speed. There was also loud music being played, "hippies" or "pirates"...? and what was hidden in the massive super structure, guns, cocaine, refugees, alcohol, a mercenary force? No way to know except for giving our imagination a free rein. Of course the free rein quickly decided to get the H...!. read more...


23/08/2018

Mischief - Yet more Mischief : Log 74 Further adventures of S/Y Mischief through the eyes and ears of Chas Baynes

Sunday, 18th August 2018 - Passage to Seisha, Cape YorkA really comfortable and pleasant night sail last night at 5 knots+ in flat water. Again, the sun rose with no cloud in the sky at all. However, there were a number of big ships about as we had come to the end of the inner passage lanes and had now rejoined the main shipping channel - these ships are doing 18 knots+ in confined quarters so need to be watched carefully. We sailed passed Weymouth Bay and saw a ketch yacht standing on the beach against some trees miles from anywhere - goodness knows how on earth it got to be there standing upright. The bay from seawards is identical to Weymouth Bay in Dorset, which is probably why it got its name, with the exception being the lack of fish and chip shops and any other sign of. read more...


22/08/2018

Misto - August 17-22 2018: Lizard Island and around Cape York

A 24 hour sail away from Cairns is pretty Lizard Island. There are two anchoring options - a Lagoon on the south east and a bay on the north west. We sailed past the lagoon and decided that with the strong trade winds forecast that this would not be a good option. Rounding the north of the island we found Mrs Watson’s Bay. The reefs were well marked with no-anchoring bouys and we made our way through the 6-8 ancored vessels to a spot close to the beach. Although bullets of wind come through the hills and across the anchorage it is a calm and safe option even in strong winds. The resort in the next bay is not terribly boat-friendly. There is a bar which serves pizza a few times per week but visitors are not welcome in the resort restaurant.However the bar made for a pleasant evening drink. read more...


19/08/2018

Smoke and Roses - The Attraction of Magnetic Island

Logged 37 Nautical Miles, 1 Hour Sail 6.75 Hours MotorAugust 6 – 10 Magnetic Island to Orpheus IslandTraveling north along the Queensland Coast, our next stop was Magnetic Island. More than half the island is National Park, its huge granite boulders and towering hoop pines dominate the mountainous skyline. The islands rugged natural beauty is a haven for wildlife such as koalas, rock wallabies, possums and a variety of tropical bird life. Leaving Hook Island, that afternoon, we had three large dolphins put on a show for us.  The dolphins escorted us for nearly thirty minutes; they played mostly in the bow, swam alongside and came straight up vertically out of the water. At the same time Dan caught and released a small shark. The overnight trip to Magnetic Island had light wind and. read more...


19/08/2018

Mischief - Yet more Mischief : Log 73 Further adventures of S/Y Mischief through the eyes and ears of Chas Baynes

Friday, 17th August 2018 - Passage to Flinders IslandWe were up at 4am, lifted the anchor ten minutes later and we were off towards Flinders. At 4.30 am Dave suggested that anyone who wanted to go below could so Neen said, "Come on Charlie, let's go to bed", which was the best offer I had had all day even at this early hour, even though it may have been unfortunately phrased.There is absolutely nothing along this coastline; it is all low rock formations and hills with a few sandy beaches. We had a lovely sail with the wind behind, following the shipping lane. We were doing 6-7 knots, it was hot and the wind was behind - perfect. We gybed around Cape Melville and headed across Bathurst Bay with Flinders and its close neighbor Stanley, 12 miles across the bay. We were planning to anchor. read more...


18/08/2018

Mad Monkey - Approaching Darwin!

After the couple of days of bad wind and a frustrating sea state, the last couple of days have been much better!The night before last we rounded the top of Cape Wessel and this meant we could crack off 20 degrees from down-wind and enabled us to fill the sails and keep reasonably on course. Although the wind dropped very low last night for about 5 hours, the past 48 hours have been averaging 11-12 knots and the sea state has been much calmer… Perfect!Therefore, we have been flying just our A5 spinnaker and been getting boat speeds ranging from 6-12 knots.We have also been joined by the Australian Air Coast Guard twice over the last few days. A red and white aeroplane flies at low altitude next to the vessel and then jets away, 20 seconds later we get a VHF call asking what our intentions. read more...


17/08/2018

Smoke and Roses - Inside the Great Barrier Reef

7-31 Mackay – Shaw Isl Log 40 NM, 7.5 Hours Sails, .75 Hours Motors8-1 Shaw Isl – Lindeman Isl Log 5.3 NM, 1 Hour Motors8-1 Lindeman Isl – Whitsunday Isl Log 10.2 NM 2 Hours Sails, .3 Hours Motors8-3 Whitsunday Isl – Hook Isl Log 21.7 NM, 4 Hours Motors8-4 Hook Reef and Hardy Reef Cut Log 49.7 NM8-5 Bait Reef – Nara Inlet Log 29 NM, 3.5 Hours Sails, .75 Hours Motor July 31 – August 5 Whitsunday IslandsQueensland is Australia’s second largest state and today it is a major exporter of coal, bauxite, silica, gold, frozen meat and grains. It has the world’s longest (1200 nautical miles) of coral reefs along its east coast called The Great Barrier Reef. This great reef is actually a string of coral reefs, cays, atolls, fringing reefs and continental islands separated by hundreds of deep. read more...


17/08/2018

Yet more Mischief : Log 72 Further adventures of S/Y Mischief through the eyes and ears of Chas Baynes

Monday, 13th August 2018 - Marlin Marina, CairnsWent for a run for an hour with Neen, then had a shower, we washed the boat, did the laundry and went ashore to Woolworths to re-vittle for the long passage to Darwin in a few days' time.Woolworths is a major supermarket chain here in Australia, but you will not find the good old 'pick and mix' which was the specialty of our own defunct Woolworths. We have been planning the remainder of our Australia voyage today: we are to head north east a bit to Lizard Island, one of the not-to-miss places about 142 miles; then on to Flinders another 82 miles; then an anchorage on the mainland near Cape York at the top of the horn of Australia called Seisha 274 miles; then on to Darwin a further 732 miles. So, in total only about another 1,230 miles to. read more...


16/08/2018

Mad Monkey - Mad Monkey - Northern Australia

After battling the shipping lanes in 35 knots, Mad Monkey rounded the top of Cape York 2 nights ago during darkness hours and is now travelling across the Arafura Sea. However, now we have a different battle on our hands. Light winds (down to 4 knots at times), lumpy seas and wind coming from directly behind us! (which isn't good!) Oh, and just to add to the misery, a downpour of rain overnight!Our main task now is to work out what the best sail-set is (what sails to put up). Yesterday we tried the goosewing approach; poled-out headsail, staysail and reefed mainsail. This didn't work as there was not enough wind to keep the sails full, so they ended up banging with the waves too frequently than we'd like. We also tried using just the headsail, which worked well, we can easily reduce the. read more...


15/08/2018

Misto - August 7-16 2018: Last of the Whitsundays and To Cairns

Nara inlet is a deep, almost fjord-like inlet, on the south of Hook Island. The attraction is an Aboriginal site with rock art. We dinghied to the rocky beach and walked up the stone steps to the site which is well presented with interpretive information. The art is not the best we have seen but it again illustrates the long history of aboriginal residence here. Next stop was Cape Gloucester. We had a quick passage over and took a mooring ball off the Cape Gloucester eco resort. It was windy here with what locals call bullets coming down off the hills and across the anchorage. “Bullets” are accelerated gusts of wind funnelled through gaps in the surrounding hills. Here we ate the best meal ashore that we have enjoyed for a long time in the resort’s simple outdoor restaurant. It was a. read more...


15/08/2018

Mad Monkey - Mad Monkey Sailing Down-Under

Sailing around the Australian coastline has definitely been good fun and it's now clear to us why sailors gather from around the world to enjoy this eastern coast. Our trip from Vanuatu to Mackay was full of perfect sailing conditions, alternating between spinnaker and white sails to comfortably maintain boat speeds in the 10-knot range; we even broke our boat speed record and achieved 16.7knots with just white sails!Working our way north, through the Whitsunday Islands, has shown to us how diverse Australia is and where we would like to bring Mad Monkey back to. Stopping off in Airlie Beach was a highlight, not only was it one of the nicest marinas we have stayed in for a while but the weekend we were visiting was also the annual Reef Festival weekend, so the town was buzzing with. read more...


Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Half Way Around the World
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon
Smoke and Roses - Active Volcano, Cave of Skulls and Blue Lagoon

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